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Poll

Which alox SAK for 30 days?

Farmer
8 (30.8%)
Black Pioneer
2 (7.7%)
OC Pioneer
7 (26.9%)
Soldier
3 (11.5%)
SI
1 (3.8%)
Cadet
5 (19.2%)

Total Members Voted 26

Voting closed: September 13, 2017, 03:47:22 AM

El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge 1370

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2017, 12:49:14 AM »
Gave the saw a shot at cutting a baguette... got the job done but using the main blade is much cleaner.  :D


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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #31 on: September 12, 2017, 01:35:30 AM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this?   :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? :popcorn:
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #32 on: September 12, 2017, 02:05:33 AM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #33 on: September 12, 2017, 02:26:49 AM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!




well its definitely stretching it  :D
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #34 on: September 12, 2017, 07:56:06 AM »
Voted Soldier  :salute:

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #35 on: September 12, 2017, 08:00:21 AM »
Voted Soldier  :salute:

I've been surprised more members didn't vote SI or Soldier.   :think:    I know the Farmer is an old favorite though...

I like the idea of this challenge tho.  It's awlready saving me time.  :D

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #36 on: September 12, 2017, 08:08:43 AM »
Voted Soldier  :salute:

I've been surprised more members didn't vote SI or Soldier.   :think:    I know the Farmer is an old favorite though...

I like the idea of this challenge tho.  It's awlready saving me time.  :D

I don't want to speak ill of the Farmer, but I think for most people the wood saw won't see much use on the daily basis.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #37 on: September 12, 2017, 10:39:06 AM »

I don't want to speak ill of the Farmer, but I think for most people the wood saw won't see much use on the daily basis.

Understood. I'll be thinking of ways to use it and perhaps I'll stumble upon a new use, fingers crossed 😊   i must say the Farmer feels nice and solid.  This is a pre '04 I scored off el Capitan Spaulding, a bit thicker blade and more aggressive return and open than my newer Alox :cheers:

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #38 on: September 12, 2017, 10:52:53 AM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #39 on: September 12, 2017, 11:55:52 AM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.


2017 and the closest thing that we have to a Mr. Fusion car is Tesla... Teslas pretty cool, but not as cool as a cold fusion powered car!  :-\

Hooked, like everyone else. :D

Small knives do what big knives do, just slower.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #40 on: September 12, 2017, 12:16:21 PM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.

2017 and the closest thing that we have to a Mr. Fusion car is Tesla... Teslas pretty cool, but not as cool as a cold fusion powered car!  :-\

I don't think Tesla cars are cool, here they are pretentious ego-mobiles. I would prefer a Chevy Volt any day.  :D
Just thinking performance wise.  ;)
P90D is certainly a rich boys car, but is a smurf of a lot cheaper than a used bugatti veyron, and only 0.1 sec slower 0-60.  :ahhh
Plus it can seat 4 adults plus 3 kids.  :D
And has left over space for shopping under the bonnet.

Hooked, like everyone else. :D

Small knives do what big knives do, just slower.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #41 on: September 12, 2017, 12:20:14 PM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.

2017 and the closest thing that we have to a Mr. Fusion car is Tesla... Teslas pretty cool, but not as cool as a cold fusion powered car!  :-\

I don't think Tesla cars are cool, here they are pretentious ego-mobiles. I would prefer a Chevy Volt any day.  :D
Just thinking performance wise.  ;)
P90D is certainly a rich boys car, but is a smurf of a lot cheaper than a used bugatti veyron, and only 0.1 sec slower 0-60.  :ahhh
Plus it can seat 4 adults plus 3 kids.  :D
And has left over space for shopping under the bonnet.

Maybe a good car, but not practical for my needs vs. the expense. If I wanted to be a conspicuous consumer I might think differently.

On the other hand I do like fancy SAKs!  :D
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #42 on: September 12, 2017, 01:32:14 PM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.

2017 and the closest thing that we have to a Mr. Fusion car is Tesla... Teslas pretty cool, but not as cool as a cold fusion powered car!  :-\

I don't think Tesla cars are cool, here they are pretentious ego-mobiles. I would prefer a Chevy Volt any day.  :D
Just thinking performance wise.  ;)
P90D is certainly a rich boys car, but is a smurf of a lot cheaper than a used bugatti veyron, and only 0.1 sec slower 0-60.  :ahhh
Plus it can seat 4 adults plus 3 kids.  :D
And has left over space for shopping under the bonnet.

Maybe a good car, but not practical for my needs vs. the expense. If I wanted to be a conspicuous consumer I might think differently.

On the other hand I do like fancy SAKs!  :D
I did say rich boys car.  :D

Model 3 on the other hand... Not quite low cost, but a lot closer.  :think:

Hooked, like everyone else. :D

Small knives do what big knives do, just slower.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #43 on: September 12, 2017, 02:44:38 PM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.

2017 and the closest thing that we have to a Mr. Fusion car is Tesla... Teslas pretty cool, but not as cool as a cold fusion powered car!  :-\

I don't think Tesla cars are cool, here they are pretentious ego-mobiles. I would prefer a Chevy Volt any day.  :D
Just thinking performance wise.  ;)
P90D is certainly a rich boys car, but is a smurf of a lot cheaper than a used bugatti veyron, and only 0.1 sec slower 0-60.  :ahhh
Plus it can seat 4 adults plus 3 kids.  :D
And has left over space for shopping under the bonnet.

Maybe a good car, but not practical for my needs vs. the expense. If I wanted to be a conspicuous consumer I might think differently.

On the other hand I do like fancy SAKs!  :D
I did say rich boys car.  :D

Model 3 on the other hand... Not quite low cost, but a lot closer.  :think:

If you can find one, but still too much $ for what you get. My problem with luxury cars is that the extra do dads and bragging rights do not justify the costs. I could probably get a much fancier car than the one I have, but it wouldn't necessarily be better for what I need in a car. I'd rather save the money for other vices like my SAK collection, which still amounts to a small fraction of the difference between a practical and fancy car. Some ppl are into fancy cars, I can respect that, I'm just not one of them. Good quality, economical, and well maintained yes, fancy, no. :)
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #44 on: September 12, 2017, 03:20:40 PM »
The Farmer is nice but not for everyday cary as you probably dont need a saw all the time on you.  The Red OC Pioneer is cool because it already has some pocket wear and has a nice aged look to it.

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #45 on: September 12, 2017, 10:54:10 PM »
I'm still driving a Farmer, brought the minichamp along today just in case I need to give myself a manicure after opening up the aspirin I needed to take after the above derailment.  :pok: :D jk

I'd happily sport a Tesla

 :salute:

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« Reply #46 on: September 12, 2017, 11:01:36 PM »
"brought the minichamp along today just in case I need..."

Yeah, yeah, yeah....every Celidor junkie starts the same way...."oh, the Classic was just on my keychain...uh...I forgot it was there....I can give up Celidor any time...It's just not a problem for me....."

Oh, you are on thin Farmer Challenge ice there, Woody.   :pok:
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #47 on: September 12, 2017, 11:10:01 PM »
"brought the minichamp along today just in case I need..."

Yeah, yeah, yeah....every Celidor junkie starts the same way...."oh, the Classic was just on my keychain...uh...I forgot it was there....I can give up Celidor any time...It's just not a problem for me....."

Oh, you are on thin Farmer Challenge ice there, Woody.   :pok:

I make the rules here!!!   :rofl:   There will always be a 58mm on the keychain.    Believe me, this is challenge enough to settle on one pocket carry for 30 whole days!!!  :ahhh

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #48 on: September 12, 2017, 11:23:33 PM »
Carrying a second Swiss knife of any size is cheating  :twak: You should ditch all others, reset the clock and start again  :pok:

If you can't manage with just the one, that's challenge failed. When you can manage with just one, that has all the right tools on for you, there's no need to say "You were right, Al", as I already know.  :whistle:


 >:D

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Victorinox: - Spirit X/RT, Climber Small, Alox Rambler, Orig. Outdoorsman, Voyager Lite, CT34 & 41, Compact, Manager, Ranger, Salesman,  + mods (Sheepsfoot Duke & Mega84)
Wenger: - Traveler, Pocket Tool Chest + mods (Brian)
Gerber: - Balance, Dime + mods (MP426**, DEsTroyer, MP6000**, TurboDiesel**, Neutered Octane**)
Leatherman: - Sideclip, Anniversary Wave, + mods (Fuse-ilier**, Knifeless Wave**)
Others: - Vise Grips LC6
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #49 on: September 12, 2017, 11:43:35 PM »
I like the way you're holding Woody's feet to the fire there, 50ft.  >:D
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #50 on: September 12, 2017, 11:49:16 PM »
I like the way you're holding Woody's feet to the fire there, 50ft.  >:D

You guys are silly.    With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.  The main reason I'm doing this is to save time picking an EDC.   I will not be coerced into ditching my key chain carry.   :cheers:

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #51 on: September 12, 2017, 11:51:49 PM »
Used the blade to trim some shipping labels.  It was faster than using scissors.  :cheers:

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #52 on: September 13, 2017, 12:04:34 AM »
I like the way you're holding Woody's feet to the fire there, 50ft.  >:D

You guys are silly.    With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.  The main reason I'm doing this is to save time picking an EDC.   I will not be coerced into ditching my key chain carry.   :cheers:

I think we need to break this down into bite size chunks  :P

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You guys are silly.

Frequently. But often insightful too  >:D

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With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.

Nah. Field of view in the mag glass is too small, and nobody needs the fish tickler. Ascending order of needs is Climber, Ranger, CT41  :salute: Everything else is just for folks who haven't realised this yet  :rofl: Keyring carry for back up is perfectly understandable though, and a very wise thing to do for everyone who isn't supposed to be doing a 30 day challenge :pok:

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The main reason I'm doing this is to save time picking an EDC.

I refer you once again to the second line of answer two (Climber, Ranger, CT41)  >:D

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I will not be coerced into ditching my key chain carry.

Cheat  :pok: Cheat  :pok: Cheat  :pok:  :D :D :D

If you absolutely have to have it as back up of life gets squiffy, then fair play to you. Nobody wants to see any of us suffer unnecessarily. Do try to attempt everything with the challenge knife first though, and do 'fess up if you "fail" with it, and have to fall back on the keyring carry  :cheers:

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Victorinox: - Spirit X/RT, Climber Small, Alox Rambler, Orig. Outdoorsman, Voyager Lite, CT34 & 41, Compact, Manager, Ranger, Salesman,  + mods (Sheepsfoot Duke & Mega84)
Wenger: - Traveler, Pocket Tool Chest + mods (Brian)
Gerber: - Balance, Dime + mods (MP426**, DEsTroyer, MP6000**, TurboDiesel**, Neutered Octane**)
Leatherman: - Sideclip, Anniversary Wave, + mods (Fuse-ilier**, Knifeless Wave**)
Others: - Vise Grips LC6
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #53 on: September 13, 2017, 12:09:10 AM »


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With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.

Nah. Field of view in the mag glass is too small, and nobody needs the fish tickler. Ascending order of needs is Climber, Ranger, CT41  :salute: Everything else is just for folks who haven't realised this yet  :rofl: Keyring carry for back up is perfectly understandable though, and a very wise thing to do for everyone who isn't supposed to be doing a 30 day challenge :pok:
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So... what you're saying is alox is useless?   :D

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #54 on: September 13, 2017, 12:26:03 AM »


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With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.

Nah. Field of view in the mag glass is too small, and nobody needs the fish tickler. Ascending order of needs is Climber, Ranger, CT41  :salute: Everything else is just for folks who haven't realised this yet  :rofl: Keyring carry for back up is perfectly understandable though, and a very wise thing to do for everyone who isn't supposed to be doing a 30 day challenge :pok:
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So... what you're saying is alox is useless?   :D

I wouldn't go quite that far  :whistle: I'm a big fan of the Alox Rambler, but that's as back up or for when I'm bereft of pocket space.
I do have plans for a 93mm mod actually, but not got parts for the scissor layer yet. I think the Pioneer X looks like a very capable tool, but I'll be dispensing with those scales.

*shudder*

My current users:
Victorinox: - Spirit X/RT, Climber Small, Alox Rambler, Orig. Outdoorsman, Voyager Lite, CT34 & 41, Compact, Manager, Ranger, Salesman,  + mods (Sheepsfoot Duke & Mega84)
Wenger: - Traveler, Pocket Tool Chest + mods (Brian)
Gerber: - Balance, Dime + mods (MP426**, DEsTroyer, MP6000**, TurboDiesel**, Neutered Octane**)
Leatherman: - Sideclip, Anniversary Wave, + mods (Fuse-ilier**, Knifeless Wave**)
Others: - Vise Grips LC6
** = knifeless
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #55 on: September 13, 2017, 03:10:18 AM »
And the sun goes down

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #56 on: September 13, 2017, 12:26:58 PM »
I like the way you're holding Woody's feet to the fire there, 50ft.  >:D

You guys are silly.    With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.  The main reason I'm doing this is to save time picking an EDC.   I will not be coerced into ditching my key chain carry.   :cheers:

I think we need to break this down into bite size chunks  :P

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You guys are silly.

Frequently. But often insightful too  >:D

Quote
With this ideology everyone should just buy a Swisschamp and be done with it.

Nah. Field of view in the mag glass is too small, and nobody needs the fish tickler. Ascending order of needs is Climber, Ranger, CT41  :salute: Everything else is just for folks who haven't realised this yet  :rofl: Keyring carry for back up is perfectly understandable though, and a very wise thing to do for everyone who isn't supposed to be doing a 30 day challenge :pok:

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The main reason I'm doing this is to save time picking an EDC.

I refer you once again to the second line of answer two (Climber, Ranger, CT41)  >:D

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I will not be coerced into ditching my key chain carry.

Cheat  :pok: Cheat  :pok: Cheat  :pok:  :D :D :D

If you absolutely have to have it as back up of life gets squiffy, then fair play to you. Nobody wants to see any of us suffer unnecessarily. Do try to attempt everything with the challenge knife first though, and do 'fess up if you "fail" with it, and have to fall back on the keyring carry  :cheers:

So we're clear Dan do you agree with M'Learned friend 50ft's principle of Alox first and, then only your keychain if you've not succeeded AND "fess up if you fail"?

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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #57 on: September 13, 2017, 05:17:45 PM »
I'm still driving a Farmer, brought the minichamp along today just in case I need to give myself a manicure after opening up the aspirin I needed to take after the above derailment.  :pok: :D jk

I'd happily sport a Tesla

 :salute:

Well if someone gave me one...

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I would sell it, go get the car I really wanted, and pocket the rest to fund my SAK addiction!  :P


Sorry about the headache El C, take two alox and call ? in the morning.  :D
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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #58 on: September 13, 2017, 05:23:28 PM »
Well, you are off to a great start, Woody.

Seriously, I'm kinda looking forward to see how you deal with using just one SAK for 30 days. Is it possible for El C to do this? (Image removed from quote.)  :pok:

Why do I have the feeling we'll start seeing a bunch of YouTube videos where Swiss Army Dan is fondling celidor SAK's? (Image removed from quote.) :popcorn:
Oh man, i hope that's not breaking the rules!

Rules? Where we're going we don't need Rules.


Sounds like something you'd find on the SAKMC thread.


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Re: El Corkscrew's You-Call-It 30 Day Alox Challenge
« Reply #59 on: September 13, 2017, 07:38:18 PM »
I think I'll need to bow out since it does not appear that I am completing this challenge in the MTO spirit...  Doing this more to save time than make discoveries about the usefulness a SAK, not a badge or bragging rights.

For me, carrying a SAK without a compliment on the key chain feels like wearing shoes without socks.

I will try to think of a new way to help me with my indecisiveness.

Maybe I'll carry each one as many days as votes received...    yes that sounds good
 :tu:

I sincerely thank you all for your input!

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